Though summer brings all kinds of wonderful things such as barbecues, picnics, fun outdoor activities, and more, it also attracts stinging insects. While you should be concerned about the species that pack a powerful and painful sting and can cause allergic reactions, there is one that should be protected. Check out this infographic that compares wasps, yellow jackets, hornets and honey bees. By following this guide, you can learn how to tell the difference between these stinging insects and what steps to take to control and prevent or protect them respectively.
The following Infographic shows the respective diet, anatomy and nests differences between Bees and Wasps:
Please remember Save the Bees! They are essential for living and, just like the infographics above have shown, they are at all harmless to humans. Help them by plantings these flowers:
You can find more information on the following links:
• What’s the difference between bees and wasps? by Jennifer Horton on HowStuffWorks.com
• How Wasps Work by Robert Lamb on HowStuffWorks.com
• The Role of Bees and Wasps on insects.Answers.com